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Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo

Item # 757365
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Key Features

  • Extra height allows you to stand fully

  • Small 59" x 59" footprint fits in smaller spaces

  • Large windows on all sides

  • Ground skirt helps contain scent

  • Includes tie-down ropes, stakes and backpack


Our Price   $169.99

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Product Description
barronett Barronett's Big Mike Hunting Blind stands tall, fitting in narrower spaces, while allowing you to fully stand up in comfort. Its five-hub design means there are no loose poles that require in-field assembly. Simply pop up and hunt. Its small 59" x 59" footprint with 80" tall design provides plenty of room to stand and shoot, making it perfect for archery use. The slim profile is easy to tuck into confined spaces.

Improved 5-panel shoot-through mesh camo windows dip low for angled shots. Durable lightweight fabric with a black interior coating provides maximum concealment. Twelve replaceable shoot-through mesh windows. Ground skirt around entire blind keeps wind out while containing scents. Built-in brush holders add concealment options. Two built-in bow hangers for easy access. Includes tie-down ropes, ground stakes, and backpack carrying case. Bloodtrail camo pattern.

• 5-panel window configuration dips low for angled shots
• Lightweight fabric with black interior coating for concealment
• 12 replaceable shoot-through mesh windows
• Small 59" x 59" footprint
• 80" high with 75" x 75" setup
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Specifications
Setup Size 75" x 75"
Height 80"
Weight 19 lbs.
Blind Style Hub Ground Blind
Capacity 2-Person
Camo Pattern Bloodtrail
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Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo

Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo

Item # 757365

  $169.99

Availability:
Ships from vendor in approximately 3-5 business days

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Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo
 
3.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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      Best Uses

      • Hunting (3)
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      4.0

      Great Product So Far

      By Jim the Runner

      from Madison, WI

      About Me Hunter

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Accurate
      • Easy To Adjust
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Hunting

        Comments about Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo:

        Great product so far, was everything I expected after doing online research. Plenty of room for my son and I, a great ground blind to introduce kids to bowhunting with. Very,very easy to put up/take down. Only negative was the stitching on the carrying case started to come undone after a couple of uses, I'm in process of contacting the manufacturer to get the case replaced (assume at no cost).

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        3.0

        OK Blind

        By MN Bow Hunter

        from Rochester, MN

        About Me Hunter

        Pros

        • Quality Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Hunting

          Comments about Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo:

          Pros:
          Vey big, I'm 6'4", bow draw of 31" and I can shoot from inside it sitting or standing(for the 60 yd gotta have it shot).
          I left this blind out all last winter in MN. One rod broke due to very high winds but I am still in it this year.
          Got this for a great price.
          Tent is made fairly well, could last a few years.

          Some cons:
          Too much light comes in the zippers. I taped 1/2 of them off with Gorilla tape which helped, but surely stinks.
          Mesh not dark enought to conceal you well, ZIPPERS everywhere, No way to adjust the window configuration or get out without making a ton of noise, especially when cold out. I spooked a lot deer trying to get into this blind in the late season.
          Rods make very unatural noises in late season cold, like ice forming on the lake. Spooks deer from 100 yds.

          If money is tight this will work, But I will look for a new blind with silent windows and better mesh soon.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          barronett big mike bloodtrail camo blind

          By slim glen

          from cols.ohio

          About Me Hunter

          Pros

          • Easy to transport
          • Lightweight
          • Lots of windows
          • Roomy

          Cons

          • Poor Construction
          • The Support Rods Are Poor

          Best Uses

          • Hunting

          Comments about Barronett Blinds Big Mike Hunting Blind, Bloodtrail Camo:

          I use this blind for deer hunting. It has good room and plenty of windows to shoot from.It is easy to carry and easy to set up;however, the wall rods will break in a minute. They are of poor quality to say the least.I have had two to snap while setting up and now I have one that is splitting the entire length of the rod.Barronett blinds tried to tell me the blind was not made to be left set up in the weather that is why the rods keep breaking .Hello---what hunter do you know who takes down his blind at the end of each days hunt,and puts it back up the next day?

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          • No

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